These are just your assumptions about me. I know exactly who 'I' am, whereas you are still just learning. Because of exactly who 'you' are you just continue to assume things.Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:22 pmActually it is an assumed stance considering:
1. You are assuming you know yourself well enough as to what you like and do not like.
2. You are assuming you will not change your opinion at a later time.
3. You are assuming that "your" likes are actually "your" own and not merely a replication of other peoples behaviors as a means to fit in.
Your 3 points could not be more wrong.
1. I know exactly who and what 'I' am.
2. I do not assume any such thing at all.
3. What I say regarding this, and some other things, goes completely against what "others" say. So, I am certainly NOT fitting in.
So your 3 points could not be further from the actual Truth of things. For example, I say I neither believe nor disbelieve any thing, whereas the majority of "other" people tell me that I have to believe things. Some even insist that I can not live without believing. Therefore, I am certainly not replicating "others" nor am I obviously 'fitting in'. Just like my like of not assuming any thing. I have never heard any one else propose such a thing and I am continually told that I do assume things. Therefore, once again, I am not replicating any one else nor certainly trying to fit in with any one, anywhere. I am just being the True Self.
Maybe if you just speak for your 'self' only instead of trying to speak for 'me', then you might have far more success.
I am not sure how this exactly relates to this topic, which is; How can we defeat "us vs. them" mentality?Eodnhoj7 wrote: ↑Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:22 pmObjectivity is group subjective agreement where inner subjectivity necessitates a state of dynamic tension in perspectives that the individual holds thus necessitating "multiple I's" within the individual allowing for a state of inner objectivity to be observed. This requires a dualism between the conscious and unconscious, in Jungian Terms, or the multiple egos' in Freud's sense.
The multiple subjective states, both as extensions of the "I" can be argued as synonymous to "perspectives" or "means of awareness", effectively set the foundation for objectivity in the respect boundaries are given.
One perspective alone has little "boundary" to it and is irrational by nature considering exists as a continuum.
The multitude of perspectives, in tension with eachother, give definition to eachother by define what each one "is" and "is not" because of there synthetic interplay. For example a single point has no definition on its own terms...it exists as a boundless field.
The same point in contrast to another point gains an "atomic" or localized nature when in contrast to another point. The same applies for awareness.
Now, I say I have already defeated this mentality and I have also already proposed how I did defeat it and continue to defeat it.
Do you believe that to do this is impossible?
Which is exactly what I say and agree with.
I also propose that to be Truly objective is to gain and have the perspective from ALL, which by the way just naturally also defeats and conquers all "us vs./and them" mentality anyway.